Beth Kelly

Review: Jazz Emu

A Fringe tour de force from a Cambridge favourite

Review: Magpies Love Mirrors

Cambridge comedy breaks a new frontier in style

King’s Joins Slavery Inquiry

It comes after calls for individual colleges to play their part

WHAT’S ON: WEEK FOUR

Exams aren’t a thing in the world of culture!

Review: Market Magic

Mayhem in the aisles

Eat your stress: A fancy mess

Look, if you can think of a better name I’ll change it

Whitworth House may be given a reprieve

Their funding could be extended

WHAT’S ON: Week Three

We know we’re three weeks late ok

Review: Two Man Show

Incendiary, joyous feminist thinking.

Eat Your Stress: an introduction

Alternatively, We Need To Talk About Food.

Cambridge tops Complete University Guide… again.

Officially the best in the UK.

Review: Yerma

A tale of two plays

Review: A Festival of New Writing

A chance to see the theatre of the future in action.

WHAT’S ON: WEEK 6

The sun has gone but the light of culture still shines?

WHAT’S ON: WEEK FIVE

We’ve been away too long…

Review: comic sans men

Madcap, improvised brilliance.

Review: Angels in America: Part One

Edging on heavenly

Selwyn sells fossil fuel shares

It comes as part of the divestment policy

Yes, you are weird for wanting to see pictures of young Ted Bundy

All of your internet privileges are taken away forever, you’ve ruined it

Cambridge student faces death penalty in South Sudan

Peter Biar-Ajak has been detained since July 2018